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Cast overview:
Rance Rogers / Ralph Brandon
Julia / Rita
Bella Rogers / Helen Brandon (as Marion Nixon)
Byron Douglas ...
Senator Blake / Senator Blake
Kenneth Harlan ...
Bill / Jack Mason
Crauford Kent ...
Wade / Ward Rogers


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melodrama | society | See All (2) »







Release Date:

13 January 1929 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Fallen Angels  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Sound System) (musical score and sound effects)

Aspect Ratio:

1.20 : 1
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Love Can Never Die
Music by Joseph Cherniavsky
Lyrics by Herman Ruby
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Interesting late Universal silent
10 September 2007 | by (Plano, Texas) – See all my reviews

This film is a late Universal silent with the original Movietone score. Universal junked almost all of their silents as worthless, but this one was saved because it had an accompanying music track and was probably thought to be a sound film. Norman Kerry, in his least annoying role that I seen him play, is a wealthy newly-wed who is called off to war almost immediately after his marriage to sweet Marian Nixon. He had another female admirer, Pauline Stark, but he was not romantically interested in her. We next see him after the war as a drunken bum on the street. Ms. Starke, now a kept-woman, finds him and we discover that he deserted his regiment and everyone believes that he died in the war. She nurses him back to normal because she loves him. He's still in love with his wife though, who has remarried. And when the gangster who pays for Starke's apartment finds out all of this, he starts blackmailing Kerry. The rerecorded Movietone score was very nice and the photography was beautiful for this film.

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